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Department: Administration FLSA Status: Exempt
Division: City Job Status: Non-Bargaining Unit
Reports to: Finance Director Location: Plymouth City Hall
Prepared by: Human Resources Specialist Approved by: Plymouth Common Council
Date: March 5, 2021 Date: April 13, 2021
Under the general supervision of the Finance Director, the City Treasurer performs all functions and duties defined under
Wisconsin State Statute 62.09 (9) in his/her capacity as City Treasurer. Provides a variety of duties for the City of
Plymouth, including customer service, accounts payable, property tax administration, monthly and annual accounting, the
annual audit, and regulatory filings. Manages confidential records and information on a regular basis and interacts with
the public on a daily basis.
The following duties and responsibilities are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties and
responsibilities may be assigned and required.
Examples of Essential Job Functions
o Receive tax payments and various other payments, record monies to appropriate accounts
o Process various daily City deposits
o Provide customer service to the public and visitors in the office or by answering telephone or email inquiries;
making park, youth center and city hall reservations; issue various licenses and permits
o Prepare and process vendor payments for the City of Plymouth/Plymouth Utilities and the RDA; including
routine check runs, scheduling ACH payments, and wire transfers for bond payments
o Provide monthly disbursement reports to the council
o Assist with annual vendor 1099 process
o Collect cash from local taxpayers in a friendly, efficient, and accurate manner
o Assist local taxpayers by answering questions, addressing issues and resolving concerns
o Reconcile tax collected, delinquent special charges, and assessments; verifies tax settlements; certify
delinquent special assessments and special charges to be placed on tax bills
o Collect and disburse all city, school, county and state taxes
o Review Statement of Assessment and compare to City’s assessment records and transmit statement to the
Department of Revenue (DOR)
o Assist City Clerk with tax roll preparation
o Reconcile bank statements
o Analyze and reconcile general ledger accounts and funds
o Review and analyze city revenues; ensuring year-end revenue recognition and regulatory and financial
o Process journal entries
o Prepare schedules, assist and file external regulatory reports, such as Form C, TIF, etc.
o Create Actual to Budget reporting and Financial Statements (Departments and Funds)
o Prepare schedules and assist with annual audit
o Perform monthly and annual billings for services provided, accounts receivable and the collection of
delinquent accounts, interest, and penalties
o Maintain revolving loan records and payment schedules
o Invoice property owners for special assessments and special charges
modules to the General Ledger.
o Use technology and tools to increase efficiency across the organization.
o Identify and assist in resolving problems that arise.
o Develop and implement improved internal control and financial reporting procedures as necessary or as
recording meetings, and compiling minutes for official records; prepare agendas for various committees, boards,
and commissions and serve as secretary to various committees and boards in the absence of the clerk; administer
oaths; assist in maintaining the official ordinance and minute record books and associated index.
report deadlines, elections/referendums, and meetings.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Finance, Business Administration or related field is preferred.
Association of Wisconsin (MTAW) or organizations for municipal finance or treasury is encouraged.
approximately 30 lbs or less.
Disclaimer: The job description has been prepared to assist in evaluating various classes of responsibilities, skills, and working conditions. It indicates
the kinds of tasks and levels of work difficulty required of the position. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities. Nor is it
intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under supervision. Nothing contained herein is
intended or shall be construed to create or constitute a contract.
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